|IUMA: Kent Sparling|
Kent Sparling is a visual and recording artist living on the Northern California coast. He was born in San Francisco in 1966, and began composing at the piano after having been asked to leave his elementary school orchestra for inventing harmony counter-melodies on the saxophone. He formed the pop band Eyeland in 1983, acting as singer-songwriter, keyboardist, and co-producer, and the group became popular over the next decade with their cassettes, live performances and radio airplay in the Bay A...
Keywords: Kent Sparling
|Sept. 2nd Service, St. Paul's Oakville|
service at St. Paul's United Church , Oakville
Keywords: service; Bill Sparling; St. Paul's
|Pages from the life of John Sparling of Petton; ... some account of the families of Sparling of Beaumont Cote, Trafford ... Cunliffe ..., Hollings, and Wycollar - Cunliffe, Emma Florence, ed|
Keywords: Sperling family; Sparling, John, 1815-
|The history of Reynard the Foxe|
Based on a Dutch prose rendering of Reinaerts historie, a 14th century recension and continuation of Reinaert de Vos. "Done into English out of Dutch by William Caxton, and now reprinted by ... William Morris, at the Kelmscott Press ... December, 1892"--Colophon. Reinaert. English.
Keywords: Caxton, William, ca. 1422-1491 or 2; Sparling, H. Halliday (Henry Halliday); Morris, William, 1834-1896; Kelmscott Press
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|The history of Godefrey of Boloyne and of the conquest of Iherusalem - William, of Tyre, Archbishop of Tyre, ca. 1130-ca. 1190.|
Historia rerum in partibus transmarinis gestarum. English. "This new edition of William Caxtonâs Godeffroy of Boloyne, done after the first edition, was corrected for the press by H. Halliday Sparling, and printed by me, William Morris, at the Kelmscott Press ... Hammersmith ... 1893"--Colophon.
Keywords: Godfrey; of Bouillon; ca. 1060-1100; Crusades -- First; 1096-1099; Jerusalem -- History -- Latin Kingdom; 1099-1244; Caxton; William; ca. 1422-1491 or 2; Sparling; H. Halliday (Henry Halliday); Morris; William; 1834-1896; Kelmscott Press
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|The Vincent Foster "Suicide Note": Did Strategic Enterprises' Purported Experts Prove it Forged? - Marcel Matley|
Unsolved Mysteries requested an assessment of three expert reports that the Vincent Foster suicide note was a forgery. This paper is a modification of the report submitted to Unsolved Mysteries. The three experts, along with a fourth, were interviewed as a part of the broadcast. I was the lone expert interviewed as a counter to their claims. The misobservations, false assumptions and invalid theory of the three are discussed, along with the evidence that the note was genuine.
Keywords: Vincent Foster; suicide; Unsolved Mysteries; U.S. Park Police; FBI; Federal Bureau of Investigation; Vincent J. Scalice; Reginald Ernest Alton; Ronald H. Rice; Strategic Enterprises; Cosgrove/Meurer Productions; Antoon A. Leenaars; imitation forgery; graphic motor sequence; physiology of handwriting; grip of the pen; Hilliard v State; Magnuson v State; People v Hester; Jean A. Cottraux; Gibbons v Redmond; Sparling v Stephens et al; Mahek Legien; A. Naftali; Jurgen Ruesch; People v McKenna